The Florida House of Representatives passed a bill to ban sanctuary cities in Florida, a top priority for House leadership during the 2018 legislative session.
Florida politicians slammed slurs President Donald Trump allegedly made to a group of lawmakers in Washington Wednesday about Haiti and other African nations, reportedly calling them “shithole countries” while talking about immigration.
Orlando superattorney John Morgan won’t be running for governor after all.
A bill to expand a statewide scholarship program for Florida college students sailed through the Florida Senate on Thursday.
Believe it or not, child marriage is technically still legal in Florida -- but a new bill weaving its way through the Florida Legislature this session would increase the age requirement to get married in the Sunshine State, effectively ending child marriages altogether.
The Florida Senate is requiring lawmakers to take mandatory sexual harassment training fresh off of months of controversy surrounding state senators accused of sexual harassment and misconduct in Tallahassee.
A bill to limit opioid prescriptions to a three-day supply began weaving its way through the Florida House, passing the House Health Quality Subcommittee on Wednesday.
It’s been less than a year since Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine gathered his city workers and political allies for a rally against popular homesharing site Airbnb, but with a bid for governor in mind, time has apparently healed all wounds -- or given Levine amnesia -- when he held a campaign event at a home in Jacksonville which also doubles as an Airbnb home.
A bill to ban anabolic steroids in Florida greyhound racing is one step closer to becoming law in the Sunshine State. On Wednesday, the House subcommittee on Tourism and Gaming passed HB 463 after a lengthy debate over the safety and humane treatment of greyhounds in the racing industry.
A last-minute meeting at the Tallahassee Airport turned into a political victory for Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday when the Trump administration announced offshore drilling was “off the table” for the Sunshine State.